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Random Ramsdom 10/16: Rams Look To Find a Way in Week 6 Despite Struggling Offense, Depleted Defense

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The Los Angeles Rams, despite being dinged up on defense, look to secure victory on the road in Detroit on Sunday. In order to do so, they’re going to need Todd Gurley to step up in a big way.

Detroit Lions v St Louis Rams Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

Who Has the Edge? Lions or Rams | O.C. Register

The Rams, by most every statistical measure, have the worst offense in the NFL, but there’s some hope here. The Lions are the only team in the league not to allow a rushing touchdown in 2016, but they’ve also allowed 4.9 yards per rush, the second-worst average in the league.

Rams Try to Bounce Back Despite Struggling Offense, Depleted Defense | L.A. Times

They will soon be off to England, a faraway destination that might serve as the locale for a turning point in the Rams’ season.

Rams’ Two Game Road Trip Packed With Possibilities | L.A. Daily News

The Rams left Los Angeles on Friday with bags packed for a 10-day trip that will cross five time zones covering 11,400 miles and two continents and encompassing two football games.

Kendricks, Rams Making Second Trip to London for Int’l Series | Rams’ Official Site

The Rams have been there, done that and are doing it again.

Rams Secondary A Primary Concern | O.C. Register

The Rams’ top cornerback was out with an injury, so another stepped up and made a game-changing play. It happened last season against Detroit, so can it happen again?

Gurley Still Means A Lot to the Rams’ Offense | MLive

Don’t be fooled by Todd Gurley’s numbers. The Detroit Lions say they’re misleading.

One Major Key For Rams Against Detroit Lions | End Zone Score

There are a lot of ways to win football games but there are also a lot of ways to lose football games. For the last decade the Los Angeles Rams have become more familiar with the latter instead of the former. As a result, they have not been a consistent winning team.

Rams Hoping to Contain Matt Stafford | Scout

Despite being without the services of Trumaine Johnson, Rams are looking to fluster the Lions’ potent passing game.

Kroenke Attributes Struggles to Youth | Pro Football Talk

The Rams, for now, remain on the right side of .500, with a 3-2 record that could eventually result in a postseason berth. If, however, that becomes another 7-9 finish, owner Stan Kroenke apparently will understand.

Kroenke on Rams: “We’re Competitive” | The Courier

Turns out, the billionaire owner known as “Silent Stan” doesn’t mind talking when he’s walking his dog around the halls of the Pepsi Center.